December 1, 1976|
Ulan Bator, Mongolia
|Professional wrestling career|
|Ring name(s)||Blue Wolf|
|Billed height||182 cm (6 ft 0 in)|
|Billed weight||115 kg (254 lb)|
|Trained by||New-Japan Dojo|
|Debut||August 10, 2001|
Dolgorsürengiin Serjbüdee is the brother of Dolgorsürengiin Sumyaabazar, a high ranking Mongolian traditional wrestler, and Asashōryū Akinori (Dolgorsürengiin Dagvadorj), a sumo yokozuna. Because of this fact, Serjbüdee received a large amount of press coverage when he became the first Mongolian professional wrestler when he joined New Japan Pro Wrestling.
Serjbüdee made his debut during the 2001 G1 Climax tournament, facing Shinya Makabe. Having wrestled in amateur and sumo competitions since he was 15 years old, he showed immediate skill, strength and submission knowledge. Showing remarkable growth going into 2002, he was putting up good fights against established wrestling names. In January, 2002 he changed his ring name to Blue Wolf, which was similar to that of his brother's sumo name, Blue Dragon. This made it easier to promote Serjbüdee.
He joined Kensuke Sasaki's short-lived SWING-LOWS faction in July, 2002, which placed him into more feature matches. Even though he was often the loser in these matches, just the fact that he was even in such a position as a rookie was quite amazing. In 2006, Blue Wolf failed to renegotiate a contract with NJPW, however stating he would fight in the company without a contract. Blue Wolf has not yet been seen again in NJPW, pointing towards a return to Mongolia where he runs his own dojo.
Mixed martial arts record
|Win||1-0||Tom Howard||TKO (knees)||K-1 MMA ROMANEX||May 22, 2004||2||4:44||Saitama, Japan|
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Championships and accomplishments
- New Japan Pro Wrestling